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Pineville, NC, has a population of approximately 7,500. The suburban town is in Mecklenburg County. The town falls along the South Carolina and North Carolina border.

South Mecklenburg High serves the town of Pineville, which is a member of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District. A private Pineville tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. Online and in-person Pineville tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep. A great option for students pursuing a higher education is University of North Carolina Charlotte. The school is ranked in the top 200 schools in the nation, which makes it an excellent choice for all students, but a challenge for those who are not achieving academically. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to this top school if you connect with one of the Pineville, NC, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online.

While studying is important, it is also imperative that you spend some time having fun. Applying to colleges and studying can be stressful, but Pineville has some fun, educational attractions to supplement your schoolwork. The President James K. Polk State Historic Site is a great option if you love presidential trivia. The site is on land previously owned by the eleventh president's family. It has been transformed into a museum that teaches its visitors all about the administration of the Polk presidency and shows how life in his era was lived. The facility includes an authentically furnished log house, a barn, and a separate kitchen. Exhibits at the location tell the tales of Polk's administration events such as the Mexican-American War, the settling of the Oregon boundary dispute, and California's annexation. The on-site visitor's center curators will be able to answer nearly any question you have about the president, so come and educate yourself on the United States' eleventh president.

For more fun, visit the local Adventure Landing. The park is great for a day of fun or for a single activity. It has multiple attractions, including go-karts, mini-golf, bumper boats, and batting cages. There is even an arcade for rainy or cold days. With a variety of things to do, everyone will be able to enjoy themselves at the park.

Once you've de-stressed and have a clear mind, you can return to your studies with a renewed vigor. You could work to try to get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Pineville, NC.

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Tutoring review by Jerry in Pineville, NC
Today I helped the student to review for the upcoming test. I covered the topics such as finding the arc length and sector's area of a circle when the radius and the central angles are given. She learned fast, but sometimes made errors such as flipping the numerator and denominator without any reason. We then jumped right into finding the area of a regular polygon when the radius, or apothem, or side length was given. Again, she did not make any fundamental errors, but she consistently flipped the numerator and the denominator. In order to prevent that from happening, I emphasized what should go to the numerator and what should go to the denominator. I suggested she write down the general formula down, then plug in the knowns and variable unknowns, in order to prevent mistakes from happening. I watched her do one problem in finding the area of a regular polygon without seeing any errors from her--it made me happy. Then we started the SAT tutoring. We only had 30 minutes left at that point, so I did not have time to let her do one section and go over the work. What I did was to have her solve some medium-difficulty problems. She made some mistakes, but she got the idea. She forgot a considerable amount of materials from Algebra, and hopefully I can help her on this in the next sessions. I assigned her with some geometry homework and SAT practice. I hoped she could simulate the test environment when doing the SAT. I will check her progress next time.
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Tutoring review by Maddy Grace in Pineville, NC
The student is doing well as he nears the end of his classes. The stuff we worked on is the same material as before, just more advanced, and the student is demonstrating a pretty solid grasp of it! The main thing we're working on is just keeping straight the different formulas and *reading the question* carefully so as to provide the right answer. Sometimes, for example, the problem would ask for surface area, but he would use the volume formula. But when he slowed down and was careful, he was able to pick the right formula. I gave him a few tips to help him remember which formulas are which, and to help parse what the question is asking him on the occasions when the wording is confusing or vague.
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Tutoring review by Brian in Pineville, NC
The student is a freshman in college and is taking a premed curriculum. His previous school work was prelaw, so he does not have a strong science background. We covered homeostasis and temperature regulation. He takes good notes in class and is organized. He mainly needs help interpreting the concepts and clarifying ideas/vocabulary that are new to him. We worked together to identify the most important facts and concepts from his lessons (organism structure, tissue types, feedback loops, voluntary/involuntary responses). I think the subject matter seems a little daunting because it is new, but he will be able to make good progress.
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Tutoring review by Scott in Pineville, NC
The student is taking the SSAT in a few weeks, so we spent some time preparing. We first reviewed the basic layout of this exam. I then quizzed him on his vocabulary list and gave him some new words to learn. We then spent the rest of the session working on the analogy section and talking about strategies, and we did some reading and math practice.
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Tutoring review by Margaret in Pineville, NC
The student did some homework that she was not present in school for. This centered on similar figures - similarity ratio, perimeter ratio and area ratio. Having determined how to find each of these values, she was able to work backwards from given information to find the required info (i.e. area back to similarity ratio, etc.). She picked this up quickly. She has really gained confidence in math over the time that I have known her and I expect she'll get to enjoy seeing that in her grades.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Pineville, NC
We started going through linear functions. We practiced finding the equation of a line that goes through two specific points. We also practiced finding the x- and y-intercepts of a given linear function in order to sketch the graph. We looked at solving a system of equations by graphing and seeing where the two graphs intersect or by setting the two equations equal to each other and solving for the x-value. We practiced plugging in various x-values to create a table of points that are on the graph. Lastly, we talked about parallel and perpendicular lines and how to determine if two lines are parallel or perpendicular by looking at the slopes. The student is planning on going through some more linear problems to see how comfortable she is solving them before we continue on to quadratic functions.
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